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The following are the key headlines from our analysis of football matches played across the world between January 2017 and June 2022:

The number of football matches we have assessed as suspicious during this time period. This represents 0.57% of all matches that we have analysed.
The number of these suspicious football matches that took place in top flight domestic leagues.
The number of friendly football matches between club teams that we have assessed as suspicious.
The month that historically sees the highest number of suspicious football matches. 179 of these suspicious football matches were played in the month of May, closely followed by October (170) and November (160).
The number of football matches assessed as being suspicious from 43,749 football matches analysed in 2021. This represents 0.32% of all matches played in 2021 that we have analysed.
101 suspicious football matches played in 2021 (73%) took place in the lowest three betting tiers (Tiers 6, 7 and 8)

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